I love to use die cuts in my creation. For this card I did something slightly different—I used a die to create a stencil with masking paper. Let me show you how you can make one just like it!
Time: 30 minutes
Pass the die cut through the big shot with the masking paper.
Carefully remove and keep all the pieces from the die cut. Is very important to keep the negative parts.
Remove the backing and adhere the outline where you want the image to appear on your cardstock.
Carefully place the big cutout piece in the negative. Then remove backing from the smaller pieces and place appropriately. Lift out the big cutout.
Apply the ink over the masking area using sponge daubers. I used a combination of colors between Kaleidacolor Tomato Vine and Fresh Greens.
Ink a piece of cardstock with VersaMark and cover it with Vintage Plum Embossing Powder. Melt with the heat tool. Cut the word Blessings with a die cut.
Adhere your die cut. Stamp the complement to your sentiment using one of the colors from Kaleidacolor Tomato Vine. Adhere to a coordinating frame and card base.
- Kaleidacolor – Tomato Vine and Fresh Greens
- Embossing Powder – Vintage Plum
- Tear It! Tape
- Sponge Daubers
- Masking Paper
- Cardstock – vanilla, green
- Die-Namites – Acorn Foliage Die Cut
- Gina Marie Designs – Blessing Die Cut
- Hero Arts – Autumn Stamp Set
- Liquid adhesive